It is sad, to me.
How you can not see.
How to you,
Everything is the same.
I see the clouds you see.
The air, cold and empty. 358 more words
This month’s book for My Scott O’Dell Award Challenge is the 1990 Scott O’Dell Award-winner, Shades of Gray, by Carolyn Reeder.
In this middle grade novel, set in Virginia after the conclusion of the Civil War, 12-year-old Will is the son of a Confederate officer who was killed in battle. 385 more words
Shades Of Gray
Will/William Paige, Meg, Uncle Jed, Aunt Ella, Hank, Amos, and Patrick.
In the beginning Will goes to the country because his whole family died and only his cousin Meg, Uncle Jed, and Aunt Ella have lived. 165 more words
For those of you under 50, The Monkees were a band that was big in the 1960’s. Though they started out as a marketing contrivance by record producers hoping to compete with the Beatles, they quickly asserted their independence and sang out with their own unique voice to help define the times we lived in. 544 more words